Colas Rail Freight train coming through Hanwell station on the 13th September.
I think starlings are great little birds. This is part of flock that settled on the roofs at the top end of Studley Grange Road last September.
Boston Road looking south from around the junction with Humes Avenue from 2008. It hasn’t changed a great deal in that time.
This is now the side of Lidl which was built on the former bus/trolleybus/tram depot on Hanwell Broadway. It used to be the entrance on Jessamine Road.
These cottages are early Victorian and can be found on Lower Boston Road opposite St Mark’s school. Notice the hand-painted street sign.
The streets of Hanwell feature yellow ribbons and posters for the teenager Alice Gross who has been missing for a fortnight.
This photo was taken in the middle of the Bunny Park millennium maze back in November 2007. These are young yew trees.
Lowering the tone now but here is an unfortunate slip of the paint on a stick man on a shared footpath in Bunny Park.
A thatched cottage is an unexpected sight in Hanwell. This is a cottage orné built by rector Dr George Henry Glasse in 1809. Dorothy Tyler, a splendid sounding Hanwellite lived there.
This mosaic celebrates 100 years of the church in Hanwell. Appropriately enough its address is 1 Church Road.